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and that's cisco. i'd rather have this company than almost any other tech firm, including texas instruments, cisco is the back bone of. internet and teleco industry. when cisco hits a new high, it means businesses all over the world are redoing their infrastructure. it's a seen that information technology spending at the enterprise is now flowing big and nothing could be more bull, for all of tech, a much deserving admiral indeed. cisco, it's no longer crisco. the cisco kid is once given a friend of mine. lots of people are still skeptical of this market. you ever hear those people? me? this leadership tells me this market can withstand that 5% decline everyone is waiting for and bounce back with a vengeance. you don't need to sell. there will be battles lost and retreats to lick our wounds on the way to triumph in the war against the bears. the bottom line -- it's look grant, ridgeway, perjing, ike and we should follow them into the heat of battle knowing they represent the best of what america has to offer. i'd like to go to elizabeth in florida. >> gary: i'm calling about aeae aeroenviro
by yorele cal. i was on the call last night. the cisco downgrade today. this dichotomy is allowing i think bernanke to not have to taper off. at the same time it calls into question how weak is that international market. seems very weak. >> did we get largely what we wanted from the fed yesterday? there were no big surprises within that. >> no. i think that was the point to not have any big surprises. i think there was a poignant moment yesterday that i think wasn't talked about enough where someone asked imputedly, i felt, because ben bernanke deserves better -- do you know anybody that's unemployed? do you note price of a gallon of milk? he came back, yes, i have a relative on unemployment. he's going to get unemployment down then we'll talk about tapering. until then we are playing a parlor game with the fed. i believe bernanke when he says these things. >> there's no reason to believe the fed is going to start pulling back any time soon. >> no. >> we need to see sustained improvement in the employment picture. then the tapering, who knows what that could be. it is not just turning the
, yo. >> caller: tommy from lafayette, new jersey. does cisco deserve the hit it got today? >> stephanie link, co-director of action alerts with me, we were in a tizzy this morning. we believe the long-term picture for cisco is so good. we know it caught a downgrade today, but the long term is so good, own for the charitable trust. i like that ratio. cisco is terrific. and that, ladies and gentlemen, is the conclusion of the lightning round. >> the lightning round sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> what are you supposed to make of the markets ups and downs? what's going to happen tomorrow, next week or next month? this market is full of pitfalls. you've got to try to avoid them. the key to surviving an unpredictable market, don't have all your eggs in one basket. that's why i play "am i diversified." call or tweet me @jimcramer. tell me your top five holdings. maybe you need to mix it up a little. let's start with a tweet from @dereklwilson who says, thanks for the education. thanks for the laughs. hash tag mad money. harlem shake, too. we did a good one. didn't get enough vie
like oracle, like cisco, for instance, start to similarly trail off. i think it is a sign that the global economy is weak, and companies, while they are very profitable, they are not reinvesting those profits into capex spending, whether it be in technology or elsewhere. so i think it's troubling for technology as a whole. >> wait a minute, are you guys agreeing with each other? >> i actually agree -- >> is that allowed? >> i agree with everything that steve just said, which is the first time it's happened on this show. and to steve's point, there's definitely a lot of corporate earnings that we're going to get in the next two months that are crucial, i think, not just for the tech sector specifically, but for the market as a whole. i think if you see more reports like this, that all-time high on the s&p might be stop resistance. >> very quickly, steve, what would get you to buy this stock? a price below this at some time or what? >> they also mention the dollar is a headwind, if the dollar were to turn around and get weak, i would be more interested in buying this kind of
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to take the stock higher any time soon. it's not going to help us. fourth worst, cisco. i think cisco could be a big winner in 2013. even as the stock is acting terribly courtesy of a downbeat outlook from john chambers when it reported last. i have never in all of my years of following cisco seen this stock at such a discount to all the other stocks in the s&p 500. it's a meager ten times earnings for heaven's sake. frankly, that's ridiculous. i think this stock has the best chance to flip from dow lead to dow lead. third anchor on the dow, walmart, which rallied 65% with dividends. this is a tough one because the stock has moved so much lately that i regard it as overextended on a chart basis, especially after the company's squeamish outlook. like alcoa, do not look for too much near term help from walmart to power the dow through its all-time highs. second worst performer is exxon. this company's much too revered for my taste. the $400 billion behemoth, not growing reserves much at all and that's the key metric for oil. paid top dollar for a natural gas company at near all time hig
and cisco and oracle and all the others had amazing runs and then they started paying dividends. look where the peaks were. you can't tell me that it makes sense. >> what about that? >> maria, i think comparing today's valuations in technology to 2000 is really a preposterous correlation. these companies are nowhere near valued where they were in 2000. >> how about '07? >> can't continue to grow and pay a dividend, ibm flies in the face of that. they have continued to grow. and i think a lot of technology companies right now are starting to catch on to that model. look at cisco for example. this is a company that has $46 billion in cash, yielding about 2.6% right now. and john chambers in january announced that they will be moving more into the services sector. very similar to what ibm's done in the past. so to say it can't happen and hasn't worked isn't true. >> for every one ibm you can pull out, look at xerox and polaroid and atari. i mean, i can give you a xwr graveyard of tech stocks that didn't follow the model. >> what's wrong with tech then that they don't follow a regular growth in
grow and be well capitalized. one to name is cisco systems. below ten when you net out cash and it's consistently growing and profitable and if you get better than expected earnings there and a little bit of a drift on economic growth over 2013 and 2014, you could do quite well. >> we'll leave it right there. chad, really appreciate your time. now, of course we're waiting on the papal vote. we may find out if the next pope has been elected. looking in the corner there, forget the market levels. we want to look at the sistine chapel at this point waiting to see if smoke is black or white. also straight ahead, senate democrats planning to answer paul ryan with their own budget today. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to >>> welcome back to "worldwide exchange." i'm kelly evans. european stocks dropping with all eyes on italy as it looks to sell up to 7.25 euros in debt in the first long-term bond auction since a fitch downgrade. >>> a touch disappointing after sales growth slow in the fourth quarter and a battle of u.s. budget plans. senate democrats are set to unveil their answe
're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. cisco. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >>> so next part >>> so next part of this story. why should a u.s. investor really care about cyprus? a tiny little island. maybe this is an excuse for a mild stock correction. will cyprus silent the bulls or will the optimistic rally continue as i believe it will? we have bob dole. we welcome back joe lavorgna and cnbc contributor larry mcdonald, head of global strategy at new edge. bob, i home you heard the charles dallara interview. he was more concerned about the consequences of this than i might have thought. concerned about a next run on the bank. concerned the greek central bank can't bail out cyprus or the ecb may not have a mandate. what is your thinking about this? >> that was a great segment. confiscation and confidence were the two key words. we know we have the possibility my 100 cents are not 100 any more that. undermines confidence and risk asset
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investment idea right now, chad? >> i would overweight technology, look at ibm as well as cisco. >> stephanie? >> i like energy, i'm particularly impressed that energy continues to go up in the face of a very strong dollar and i think the fundamentals are very strong there. >> jeff? >> i agree with stephanie. i like the energy and i think the technology undervalued. >> stevie? >> strong dollar benefits all of your outsourcing. they get cheaper cost of labor. that's where you want to be, as long as the dollar is strong. >> you got one, rick? >> yeah, anything industrial and energy. we're having a renaissance in manufacturing thanks to energy. go with it. >> everybody says that. we'll see if we actually get policy to coincide. thanks, everybody. we'll see you soon. >> thanks, maria. >> appreciate that. the dow's ten-day winning streak in jeopardy today. let's get to bob pisani with what's behind today's pullback. >> and the dow is the price-weighted index and we have a lot of the high price names. ibm, when that moves, it weighs the dow. jpmorgan, a little bit of disappointment over the bank re
stores, yahoo! and ebay all traded higher, but jds ju uniphase slipped, as well as cisco systems and juniper networks. fbr downgraded cisco and juniper to underperform. maria, back to you. >> josh, thank you. march madness is here. not college basketball. my next guest says the fed just demonstrated its own version of march madness. we will talk with jim grant of grant's interest rate observer next. he'll tell us why he says ben bernanke is responsible for slowing down the economy right now and what you can do to get around it. then dennis gartman is calling the situation in cyprus europe's lehman moment. coming up, he'll tell us how this will rock the global markets and where the cash will flow. that and a lot more coming up on "closing bell." (announcer) scottrade knows our clients trade and invest their own way. with scottrade's smart text, i can quickly understand my charts, and spend more time trading. their quick trade bar lets my account follow me online so i can react in real-time. plus, my local scottrade office is there to help. because they know i don't trade like ever
,514. the biggest gainer by the week in the dow was coke, the laggard was cisco. as for the s&p 500, breaking even is 1,560. your leader this week, nike. the worst performer, oracle. on the nasdaq, they'll have to it 3249 to break even. and we'll end on one notable mover to mention. that's plaque bblackberry, it's0 phone going on sale. that stock down some 7% right now. >> thank you so much, josh. we've got 45 minutes left in trading for the day and for the week and a market that's up in the double digits, up 75 points on the dow jones industrial average. >>> up next, it's the f-word that some say could ignite job growth on the economy. >> frac. >> oh, frac me. >> he is fracking lying. >> i don't give a frac. >> it's to shoot him out of the fracking sky. >> no fracking way, lee. >> a new set of standards in environmentalists seem to be on board with could open the door for many new shale projects. and former nfl quarterback drew bledsoe is a big investor in a company that is involved in fracking. he huddles it up with us exclusively to talk about his game plan. >> people are talking about that as
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for utilities over technology? that's what's happening right now. >> the cisco kid used to be a friend of everyone. it's 11 times earnings, for heaven's sake. cisco has to break out. okay? it has to break out. >> cisco kid was war. wasn't it? >> yes. what was war good for? absolutely nothing -- boom! guy comes to play. >> say it again. >> we could have had that cue. you just got to give us some warning. >> some people call me maurice. >> what do you make of all the q1 gdp raises we got in mesereau, credit suisse, deutsche is at 3 for q1. >> they wait for retail sales to come out, then they erase. well, thanks for nothing. why don't you do a little ground-up and realize the sales were -- it's so funny. when i come out, i said something positive about macy's the other guy. i said how about target? it's all jcpenney. walmart. jcpenney. jcpenney must have had $400 billion in sales and lost it to everybody. i had a guy on last night from spirit air. he was talking about them being the dollar general or the dollar tree. >> of airlines? >> i thought talk about other companies that have clearl
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back to 18. these are what i'm looking -- yes, we need to see cisco. not just trade at 20. >> apple is going higher today. >> the word for apple's performance over the last six months we would have hit this number a long time ago. we would be talking about the s&p at record highs. >> yeah. apple is just -- they had a chance to buy back all the stock they wanted, and they just didn't seem to be inclined. i was looking at travelers the other day, they bought back about half their stock. i think fishman is a conservative manager. what do you do with cash when you have a lot? you return some of it to shareholders. when a guy like fishman can do it, why can't a guy like cook do it. >> tim cook is willing to sit on a pile of cash than buy shares at new 52-week lows. you're saying, tim cook is not buying his own shares, why should i buy his shares. >> looks like we've got something working here. >> all-time high. >> okay. anyway, so tim cook, if he doesn't -- if he isn't standing there buying it hand over fist like travelers did, then why should i -- >> why should anybody. why should anybo
to be on internet i will send you to cisco. think travel trust ownes it. stock is inexpensive. ten times better, better buy. robin in california. >> caller: boo-yah to you, jim. >> nice. what's going on? >> caller: thanks for helping all of us ladies to control our own future. >> that's what i want. >> caller: i started buying line escape film in november in increments as you taught me. i'm up about 35% but i would like it keep it for a while. should i? >> lionsgate had a remarkable move. during hunger games stock went from 12 to 15. going up ever since. i will bless, continue to audit but remember, don't be growedy. when it gets off 50%, take off some. you have to because it'll be too big a piece of your portfolio. joyce in texas. >> caller: this is joyce in texas. jim, i'm going to ask you about fossil. now this dropped around $98, now it is climbing. closing about 103 td. high is 104. i need your opinion on fossil. >> i think it is too volatile. i see michael kors being a much better company and kors is down. you want to play what is known as beta and accessories, i would swap out a fossil a
to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. have >>> i have been hearing lamentations that our market is leaving some behind. aluminum horrendous, fertilizers can't get out of their own way. to which i say good. that kind of leadership dooms us to failure. stocks get pushed up big by fools willing to pay more for earnings. earnings are thaw are so driven by inflation, central banks around the world see across the board price increases, these companies putting through, they will goose up interest rates dramatically and crush every stock with them. these commodity stocks, they are the enemy, not the friend of the bull. they are turn coats, calmness. manuchechurian candidates of th ursa major bear party. ever go back and look at what led to us the shadow of the deadly bear market of 2007? perhaps you ought to. remember? that's when we took out these highs we just took out? i looked back at that market top. we had a total rogue's gallery of a narrow leaders then, depending on the kindness and steroids of the chinese government and needing hyper in nation. that's what you want to pin your hopes on? n
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, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> the euro group's leader is doing this as the country scrambles to put together a rescue plan. he says he thinks the levy on bank deposits is inevitable. he also says he takes full responsibility for the original bailout package. >> a package that would have been much bigger than 10 billion simply wouldn't have given any fair chance to a recovery for cypr cyprus. so in that balance between a package not too big allowing for a new future for cyprus, finding a contribution from the cypriot economy itself, it's inevitable in the view of the euro group that a contribution was made from the depositors. >> now, yesterday, markets may have a different idea or do they? joining us from new york, joe levonra from deutsche bank. you think the fed could exit or start to exit by the end of the year? >> kelly, i think they can really stop the pace of qe. i think that what will happen is over the next two months, job growth will continue to be over 2,000. and i think in tha
, if you want to be in that particular segment, i would say do cisco. one nap down and four up. that's what matters. that, ladies and gentlemen, is the conclusion of the lightning round! >> lightning round is sponsored by tdameritrade. >>> a disappointing news of the cyprus and the run of atm came on saturday. saturday i thought miley cyrus was in trouble, this is cyprus. sure enough, the future's up and down big. i get up at 3:55 a.m. i get bombarded by e-mails from bears worldwide, brown bears, black bears, kodiaks, panda bears, even koalas. i didn't have time to figure out if i should take a chance on gonzaga. i picked georgetown. nova is still mine. we'll start with a tweet, thank you for the education, thanks for the laughs, #mad money. harlem shake, too. yeah, we did a good one. ♪ >> hi, jim, how you doing? >> real good, how about you? >> i got a cold. >> i'm sorry. have you tried z-pack. it kills you but it is also good. >> when i say bo you say yah. boo! >> yah! >> boo! >> yah! >> heather that works for you, she's a swell gal. >> she went to the u. this is about business. you can
away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> moscow has yet to react publicly to news that cyprus has secured a 10 billion euro bailout for lenders. russians are expected to take heavy losses as part of the planned levy on uninsured deposits over 100,000 euros. the question of russian involvement has drawn mixed reaction tr eurozone finance ministers in brussels. >> i understand that the russian government have a song relationship with cyprus from years ago and they're reducing the interest rate on that and is possibility extending the maturities on that. so that seems to be satisfactory. they certainly didn't move to five financial assistance to their depositors. >> i think they will be in contact with russian government, but there's been others. >> wa do you expect the russian government reaction to be? >> i have no idea. >> to the agreement, good night. >> now, we just had some news out from the german finance minister saying the new cyprus deal is much better from a german point of view than the one reached
. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. >>. >> it is time, it is time for the lightning round. cramer takes rapid-fire calls and i tell you whether to buy, buy, buy or sell, sell, sell. we play to this sound and then the lightning round is over. are you ready, skee-daddy? time for the lightning round. i'd like to start with lee in california. >> caller: hey, jim. sunny boo-yah from california. >> i wish i were there what's going on? >> caller: in view of the turnaround in the housing industry, i feel that the more than new houses, the more new lawn, the more new lawns, the more new lawn mowers, what is your opinion of the briggs and stratton corporation? >> i think that is terrific. that's been one of our highly recommended stocks since superstorm sandy. ian in florida. >> caller: i held the position of avy for the last five years. i bought in the high $40s. i'm just wondering is there more? >> there is more. the company is restructured. it's done a good job. buy it, keep holding on to it and buy more even. gary in new mexico. >> caller: mr. cramer, how are you doing this afte
. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> the central bank of japan said it could expand its asset purchase program. he hipded at the possibility of buying riskier assets, vowing to hit the 2% inflation target within two years. most expect him to roll out mormon tear easing next week and tried to kick start the debate of the framework. nathan is still with us in new york. nathan, is abe-nomics going to work? >> i think that governor kuroda is going to bring a new style and a new rhetoric to japanese monetary policy. and i do believe that he'll be more aggressive than governor shirakawa has been. but whether he'll go as far as many in the market is expecting, i think it's very much an open issue. i think there will be more constraints on his actions, both inside the boj and worries about side effects, the very aggressive policies. as to whether abe-nomics will be successful in raising japanese inflation to 2%, i think that's very much an open issue. and i think it will ultimately depend on whether kuroda is able to unleash animal spirits in japan. if it's going to work, it's going to have to
. cisco hitting fresh 52-week high on heavy volume. also big battle in tech continues between apple and google. google past app toll become the biggest stock by 50 of the biggest u.s. fund. even though google is trading at a higher valuation than apple, that stock continues to get a bid. and apple trading morning loss. and the big winner on tech earnings, we are seeing many computers in networking space. look at jds uniphase as well as juniper networks up on the day. now back to you. >> thank you. rick santelli is tracking reaction. ricky, did it move the interest rate sector? >> it did to some extent, but not really. and you'll see in a second. if you look at it 24-hour chart, two-day chart, excuse me, of ten-year note yield, you can see the ten-year yield moves higher. but the move started at adp yesterday and continued a bit. probably more due to stocks holding their gains. if you look at one-month chart you can see we are close to high yield closing a little above 2%. contrast that to the ten-year in their own backyard. closer than high yields than low yields. the chart says it
of these foreign names, intel, ibm, cisco. back to you. >> let's go to josh lipton. >> sue, some headlines we want to bring you up to speed on. welsh holding has joined the bid to advise on a potential deal. that's why kkr and they have teamed up for a joint deal. roche is continuing its interest in gene sequencing. sue, back to you. >> thank you very much, josh. to the bond market now where all of the worries about europe and cyprus fell a little bit. rick santelli is here with the details. hi, rick. >> hello. you can see we're under 190. we haven't closed under 190 in two weeks. we're down seven basis points on the day. let's go to europe, the backyard so to speak. if you open that chart up to mid-december, we are making fresh low yields for 2013 in the boom complex. it's all about cyprus, the resignation, whether accepted or not, euro versus the yen. depending on the final close, tyler, it's all yours. >> rick, thanks very much. a really fascinating developing story in the art world. the fbi says it is getting closer to solving a $500 million heist that took place 23 years ago in boston. nbc ne
executive team around me of ex members of amazon, of google, of sales force, cisco. really a world class management team. and i think we all come together to be the right mix for groupon. >> so no doubt that's why the stock is up on this announcement but maybe not up as much as a lot may have thought. 25% loss after that earnings. disaster. >> right. >> now hasn't come up by that much. they just don't know where they are going. >> we spent a lot of time quoting from the letter. no doubt andrew mason's good-bye letter was one of the more eccentric ones we have ever seen. let's go to seema for the twitter reaction. >> in the letter, mason says he is looking for a good fat camp to lose his groupon 40. twitter had fun with this one. straight to the tweets. joe says, if mason needs to look far good fat camp, he clearly doesn't subscribe to groupon. 25% of the offers are fitness or oriented. >> cue the reality show producers. >> and andrew mason tweets, okay, i'm good on the fat camp recommendations. you may stop. thank you. >> seema, that wasn't you, kate with that tweet, wasn't it in. >> no,
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up. ♪ and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. [ticking] >> on september 15, 2008, lehman brothers, the fourth-largest investment bank in the world declared bankruptcy. it was the biggest bankruptcy in history, one that sparked chaos in the financial markets and nearly brought down the global economy. the federal bankruptcy court appointed anton valukas, a prominent chicago lawyer and former united states attorney, to conduct an investigation to determine what happened. in march 2010, the valukas report found there was enough evidence to bring a case against senior lehman officials and one of the nation's top accounting firms for misleading government regulators and investors, yet there have been no prosecutions. in april 2012, valukas sat down with steve kroft to talk about his report for the first time. >> this is the largest bankruptcy in the world. what were the effects? >> the effects were the financial disaster that we are living our way through right now. >> and who got hurt? >> everybody got hurt. the entire economy has suffered fr
, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> oh yee of little faith. david novak from yum, kfc, delivers a terrific number tonight. i think there will be a squeeze up tomorrow. who didn't believe in novak? how could you not? like i say, there is always a bull market somewhere. i promise to try to find it >>> good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." our top sizzle story this evening, call this a victory for freedom. mayor mike bloomberg's slurpee food police defeated by a state judge who called it, quote, arbitrary and capricious. another defeat for government excess. senator rand paul's our watchdog on that and he just won another one. it's not just new york. ceo jeffrey immelt says the biggest threat to american business now is government, including fiscal and political storm, lack of corporate tax reform, and overregulation. they're all holding back economic growth. and the president and mrs. obama didn't have an executive chef for 100 grand a year or three full-time calligraphers for nearly 300,000 bucks or a dog's chief of staff for 102,000 buc
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. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> welcome back to "mad money." now the moment you've been waiting for. viewers choice voted by you the most memorable since the show began. >> i'm sure someone -- >> bernanke needs to open the discount window. that's how bad things are out there. he has no idea -- >> cramer. >> i have talked to the heads of almost every single one of these firms in the last 72 hours and he has no idea what it's like out there. none. and bill poole has no idea what it's like out there. my people have been in this game for 25 years. and they are losing their jobs. and these firms are going to go out of business. and he's nuts. they're nuts. they know nothing. >> first, let me use this moment to thank you, the viewers, and to thank cnbc the network for giving me this amazing platform to help inform you and in that case the federal reserve about what was really happening behind the scenes, what's really driving everything from the stock market to economics and, yes, to the fed. we do have two important takeaways from the they know no
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years ago, for example, cisco floated bonds, even though they have cash on their balance sheet. why? because to be overseas, they didn't want to pay 35% so they borrowed here. apple was talking about the fact that most of their cash is overseas so if they want to hike the defeividend, where does the cash come from, they have to do a preferred stock or bond. >> everything you have spoken about as incentivized building over there versus building over here and we don't want that. >> get the corporate tax rate down to 25% -- >> thank you. >> my point. >> totally key point. >> i'm all for -- >> 10%. >> all right, listen. i would go for the forbes flat tax when he ran for president twice and would do it again. that's the thesis. that's what we're saying. that's the basic principle here if we get this done. right now, the perm tax -- leave it alone, too complicated, not going to happen. president disagrees. corporate -- people think it will pay for itself. so excited about this. this is all about rolling easter eggs. now, just how long will the feds -- >> grows the economy. >> all right. g
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to wake the world up. ♪ and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. balkans. balkans. >>> we don't talk enough about execution around here. yet, in the era where sectors are all the rage and etfs are the preferred method of trading them, the whole notion of long term individual company management performance gets lost in the shuffle. ♪ hallelujah >> then you get a couple of days where the great works of certain ceos just shine through. today's one of those days. just think about how many terrific ceos we heard from or read about today. think of how hard they're working for you if you open their stocks. we know that ken powell's deliverying a level of performance at general mills that i find astounding. and it was buy one get one for cereal and he gives you good earnings reports and endless buy backs. everything you ask for in a ceo. how about stewart miller at lennar? not easy to follow his dad, leonard, but his late father has to be smiling about what he's done in the toughest housing market since the depression. the beautiful quarter shows he's building more homes, making
, bethlehem steel gone. today you have cisco, ibm, american express. they're not as independent on union pacific moving their goods today as those companies were back in the 1970s, let's say. >> jeff, what do you think? you're worried about what's happened to the transports this week. >> well, i think that what i like about the transports index is just kind of the opposite of what robert said. it actually is a fundamental and a technical indicator and it tells the us, as we saw with the results from caterpillar and from fedex, of economic weakness. now, we can use to disregard that if we like to, but i would still like to believe that fundamentals do matter. and we did see that transport index come off somewhat. my takeaway from it is it's showing you that this rally is a little bit overheated. it's not supported by some of the fundamentals out there and we really need to kind of rethink whether we could be finally getting to that point where this market catches its breath. >> well, i mean, where are you going to put the money? are you saying that you want to get out of the way because t
, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> about 3 1/2 minutes left here. >> i'm filling out the iou. >> i think i'm safe, don't you? >> i think you are. >> anything can happen in the next few minutes here. we are in all-time high territory. you need to close about 15549. we're 11 points above that right now, 12 points. looks like that's safe. here's the one we're watching very carefully. the s&p needs to be at 1565.15 and it's at 1562. >> i keep going up to that machine, and going, anybody home there? >> terry dolan, you're a savvy trader. do we need to get to 1565 to go higher from there? >> i think, psychologically -- >> at so
wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> after a day where the market roared higher, dow in all-time high territory, let's not totally forget about the need for capital preservation. you still need something in your portfolio with a b-i-g yield with the ability to raise higher. that's why i want to introduce you tonight to ash ford hospital trust, ahd, they've been working so well in the business of owning hotel properties across the united states. 122 hotels, mostly upscale locations under the marriott, hilton, hyatt, starwood and intercontinental brands names. we know the lodging has been on fire lately. look at the strength of the starwood or marriott as a defensive way to play this trend, 3 to 9% yield. for the most part, the cash they generate peaked back in 2007. but they believe the industry can exceed those numbers as they move further into the recovery and if that happens it will be very good news for ash ford share olders. they paid 21 cents a share, had to discontinue in december 2008. only reinstated some dividend in february of 2011. now ashford pays a 1
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